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- Wait, what?
Is Morbius in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
and the Sam Raimi Spider-Man films?
Knock, knock, let the vampire in
because the trailer for the latest
in Sony's Mavel Cinematic Universe is here.
Morbius, folks, that's right, the living vampire himself.
The new trailer dropped on Monday
and fans are already scratching their heads over it.
Reactions have ranged from saying the film looks generic
to saying that Beethoven himself must be spinning
in his grave over this trailer.
In fact, the best thing people seem to be saying
are that this film looks it would have been perfect
back in 2005.
Which seems to be a recurring theme
for some of Sony's Marvel movies,
a.k.a., Tom Hardy's Venom.
- Hey, I'm sorry about Venom.
- However, there are two moments in the trailer
that have gotten fan's attention
and they have huge implications for Sony's
Universe of Marvel Characters
and the Marvel Cinematic Universe
and the Spider-Man PS4 Universe
and Sam Raimi's Spider-Man Trilogy from the early 2000s.
- Pizza time.
- There's so much going on here
because somehow the Morbius movie
might take place at the nexus of all of those timelines
where they're all happening concurrently.
- What?
- So how is this possible?
I know, I have that same question.
We're gonna break it down right now.
Now, in case you haven't dragged out your comic book
long boxes in a while,
Morbius is sort of this anti-hero from Spider-Man Comics
whose movie rights have long been owned by Sony
and not the Disney controlled Marvel division.
In fact, you might remember that Marvel made a deal with
Sony to use Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe,
a deal that almost fell apart last summer.
Fortunately, cooler heads prevailed in a drunken Tom Holland
and both sides realized that they really like
making a lot of money.
Wow, me too.
But, overall, these Spider-Man characters
are controlled by Sony when it comes to the big screen
and they're able to do what they wish with them.
And Morbius is one of those characters.
Now, in the comics Michael Morbius is a biochemist
who tries the radical treatment of becoming a vampire
to fix his rare blood disorder.
And look, who wouldn't?
And while this movie most definitely takes place
in the same cinematic universe as 2018's Venom
it might also take place in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
because the first thing that has fans talking
is that button at the end of the trailer
with the appearance of Michael Keaton as Adrian Toomes
a.k.a. the Vulture who was last seen in the slammer
at the end of Spider-Man: Homecoming,
which is a Marvel Cinematic Universe movie
co-produced by Sony.
Now, in that movie's mid-credit sequence
Michael Mando's Scorpion teases out the long-time
Spider-Man villain team, the Sinister Six.
And in this trailer fans are speculating
that Vulture is trying to recruit Morbius
to join that team as well when he asks him,
"Got tired of doing that whole good guy thing?"
Now, if this movie's a part of the MCU
as indicated with Michael Keaton's Vulture
appearing in both movies,
it looks like Sony finally go their way
as this is something they've wanted to do
for a very long time.
And Marvel, specifically Kevin Feige,
had definitely not wanted to do this
since they can't really control
how those Sony Marvel characters are portrayed
on the big screen.
You're not gonna see Tom Holland chompin' a lobster
while he sits dead ass in a whole aquarium.
(groans)
No!
You're gonna see him, like, not remember cool movies
from the '80s.
- I do not want another single pop culture reference
out of you for the rest of the trip.
- Of course, if this does tie into the MCU
this raises a ton of questions like,
is this how they introduce vampires into the Marvel movies?
Did Venom get snapped by Thanos?
- Hey, I'm sorry about Venom.
- And what about Spider-Man?
Like, specifically Tom Holland's Spider-Man?
How does he fit into this.
- (sighs) You'll fit right in.
- But now here's where the fun really begins
because if that wasn't confusing enough
there's another shot in this trailer
that ties this movie to not only the MCU
but to two more Spider-Man universes as well!
In the trailer we see Morbius in an orange jumpsuit
walkin' past a post of Spider-Man
with the word murderer written on it.
Murderer most likely refers to the end
of Spider-Man: Far From Home
when Mysterio frames Spidey for that catastrophe
that happened in London.
However, the devil is in the details
and eagle-eyed viewers were quick to notice
that the suit in the trailer isn't the one
worn by Tom Holland in Far From Home
or anywhere in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
It's the suit that was made famous by Tobey Maguire
in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man Trilogy.
And on top of that the picture itself
was taken from a promo image for Insomniac Games
Spider-Man PS4 DLC where players were able to use
the Raimi suit in-game.
So, has the video game universe merged
with the Raimi-verse and the Venom-verse
of Marvel characters as well as the MCU?
Well, there are a couple of options here.
One is that it's all true
and ooh boy the Spider-verse has been confirmed
for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
We're off to the races.
Number two is that someone done goofed
by using that particular Spider-Man image
and it's gonna be swapped by the time
Morbius actually hits theaters.
You know, kind of like how Jenny Slate pronounced symbiotes.
- [Jenny] We call them symbiotes.
- When they fixed that for the film.
- We call them symbiotes.
- Simbiotes?
- Number three is that this is a poster
for the Spider-Man game in the world of Morbius,
a fun little cross-promotion,
which would make sense if you had these major figures
in the world, they might they to capitalize on them.
Option four is similar to two,
in that the image is gonna be swapped out
when the movie comes out
but the reason is that the real image
is hiding a much bigger reveal,
like Tom Holland's Spider-Man and a potential cameo.
Look, while the Spider-verse confirmed is a fun theory,
if we had to put money on why this actually happened,
it's most likely because someone just goofed
and we'd imagine they're gonna see a fix for this happened
before the next trailer comes out.
Unless, of course, it's real,
in which case (laughs), oh boy,
we're just gonna have to wait and see where the facts lie
when Morbius hits theaters this summer.
What do you folks think?
Are all of these universes connected?
Is this how Marvel should set up vampires in the MCU?
And did you notice that Batman, a.k.a. Michael Keaton
met the Joker a.k.a Jared Leto in a Marvel movie?
(croaking laugh)
- What's the deal with that?
Let's discuss!
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Morbius is in Both the MCU and the Raimi Spider-Man Films Somehow? (Nerdist News w/ Dan Casey)

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